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Correct spelling for DISCOVRY
We think the word discovry is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for discovry
- Discover(Definition of discover)
- Descry(Definition of descry)
- Discovery(Definition of discovery)
- Rediscovery(Definition of rediscovery)
- Discoverer(Definition of discoverer)
He set out to discover just what sort of stuff this anne tresslyn was made of and to prove to himself that she was worthy of his grandson's love.
"to be discovered whether o'b. himself-or the other?
But if we take investigation as our rule of action, we by this very act repudiate all rule; then in that case we shall regard as right every division of labor which we shall descry among men, and which appears to us to be right-to which conclusion the prevailing scientific science also leads.
But before she could give expression to this discovery of hers, the lady spoke.
The rediscovery of the charming and simple folk-dances has given us a new art for the children, which we may substitute for the unnatural waltz, and the mongrel two-step we have been teaching them for years.
It was her pride to be the discoverer of dahlia's terrace.
345 gilbert, william, discovers terrestrial magnetism, vi.